Description of the medicine: Polyamine (Polyaminum)
An aqueous solution containing 13 L-amino acids (alanine, arginine, valine, histidine, glycine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, tryptophan, etc.), of which 8 are essential, and D-sorbitol.
Colorless or colorless, with a slightly yellowish tint, transparent liquid. The total nitrogen content is 1.13%; tryptophan 145 mg in 100 ml. Being a balanced mixture of amino acids, the drug is easily absorbed by the body.
Used for parenteral protein nutrition in hypoproteinemia of various origins; for the treatment of extensive deep burns, in the postoperative period, for injuries, suppurative processes, for the treatment of functional liver failure, etc.
Enter intravenously, starting from 10 - 20 drops per minute (in the first 30 minutes), then 25 - 35 drops per minute. At least 1 hour is required for the administration of every 100 ml of prerarate. A faster administration is impractical, since excess amino acids are not absorbed by the body and excreted in the urine.
The daily dose is from 400 to 1200 ml.
At the same time as polyamine, glucose solutions (up to 0.5 g per 1 kg of body weight per hour) and vitamins should be administered.
Release form: on 100; 200 and 400 ml in hermetically sealed glass vessels.
Storage: at temperatures from - 10 to + 20 'C.